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Tyler Gale
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With surprisingly little effort, my main rig is now triple booting the following (in no particular order):
- Arch Linux with Cinnamon desktop
- Mac OSX 10.11.5 El Capitan
- Windows 10 Enterprise

I was especially surprised by how easily Mac OSX installed, using a Vanilla installation method. The only difference between my Mac and store bought one is I have a custom Network driver, boot loader, and my machine is pretty much faster than any mac made by Apple.

System specs:
- Intel i7 4790 @ 4ghz
- 32GB DDR3 1866 RAM
- EVGA GeForce GTX 760 SC ACX
- 3 x 240GB SSD (Seagate Enterprise) = 1 x SSD for each OS
- 1 x 3TB Seagate HDD (partitioned so 1TB for each OS).

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Anyone looking for a decent version of Fedora, try out Korora. A nicely integrated and complete desktop experience.

+Daniel Tullemans check out their KDE version. Uses 5x series, but I've had it installed for almost two weeks now without any app crashes or instability (unlike my experience with other distros with Plasma 5).

Started my experience with Linux back in 1999 with Red Hat 6. 17 years later, I am replacing my Server infrastructure (Windows 2012 R2 and Hyper-V) with Red Hat Enterprise 7.2 and KVM. Going to be a bit of work, but I am looking forward to seeing how Red Hat is nowadays!

Feeling particularly devops:
- Updated my server and hosting to support subdomains for multiple websites (was set up for only one previously)
- Enabled SSL for all sites
- Created a regular backup schedule to update everything every two hours (if changes detected)

Oh and did I mention this is all virtualized!

#devopsathome #devops

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Been playing around on many IT home projects. Just finished with an OwnCloud server... just awaiting on my SSL certificate before going live. #owncloud

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Been tinkering around with Video encoding on a virtual machine.  Decided to start a multi-part series on the performance you can expect when encoding/transcoding/video editing on a VM compared to a host operating system.
#virtualization #encoding  

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For anyone interested in Ultra widescreen gaming (21:9 ratio), here is some Borderlands 2 screens to show you what you get! #ultrawidescreen #gaming #borderlands2  
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